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Teaching Workshops CBEST workshops, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education Title V grant, University of La Verne and Citrus College, will be presented in June by Valerie Beltran. The workshops are divided into two sessions. The first session is on June 1 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the second session is on June 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. They are held in the Campus Center B and C ballroom. It is... 

Festival showcases Latino culture

Festival showcases Latino culture
Chaffey High School dance club members Wendell Montague, Adriana Candelas, Joshua Magslang and Rosa Mota perform the Mexican hat dance at the 21st Annual Bienvenida Dinner on Saturday in Davenport Dining Hall. Live music was played throughout the night, and food was served for the event, hosted by the Latino Student Forum. / photo by Nicholas Mitzenmacher Tiffany Spears Staff Writer Davenport hosted... 

Dessert Shoppe is a sweet haven

Dessert Shoppe is a sweet haven
Sydney and Xenia Train, owners of The Dessert Shoppe in San Dimas, opened the doors to their bakery in August. After many years of baking wedding cakes and other desserts for close friends and family, the Trains decided to open up their own commercial bakery. The Dessert Shoppe offers a wide variety of products for any occasion and all items are baked in the store. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes Erin... 

Pieces of military history for sale at Fairplex

Ashley Morgado Staff Writer The community was welcomed to learn about our history in a different way when Vintage Productions brought a bi-annual Militaria Collectibles Show to the Fairplex in Pomona. Anything you have ever wanted to know about past wars and military could be answered by walking among the long lines of tables. “People are here to buy,” owner of the military show Bob Chatt said.... 

Martial arts demonstration promotes wellness

Martial arts demonstration promotes wellness
Students were treated to a tutorial in defensive martial arts Wednesday in Sneaky Park. Sparring partners Nikki Horton and Brett Aldrich demonstrate how to use Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to fend off attackers while applying advanced submission techniques such as the arm bar, triangle hold and guillotine. Guests also learned how to break grips and execute hip throws. / photo by Christopher Guzman Jose Hernandez Staff... 

Making a play against autism

Making a play against autism
Pomona Valley Workshop and ULV athletes host a tailgate and gaming party to help children with autism. Men’s basketball team members Ronn See, Julian Andrews, John Leggett, Sam Adams and Chris Browning cheer as Victoria Vasquez makes a shot at the Athletes for Autism tailgate and gaming party Saturday. The event at the Pomona Valley Workshop included a football toss, video games, three-point... 

Fashion Review: Military, sequins in vogue

Tiffany Spears Staff Writer Spring is upon us and that means it is time to put away your sweaters and revamp your wardrobe for the new season. This spring season is all about being comfortable and looking chic. “Spring is the dress to impress season,” said Charlie Neff, a senior broadcast journalism major and fashion blogger. This year’s spring trends are all about blazers, shorts, tunics, light-weight... 

Beauty Review: Skin products are put to the test

Natalie Veissalov LV Life Editor Face cleansers, body lotions, and masks are just some of the things that help us feel renewed, fresh and beautiful. Trying to find that perfect product can be difficult at times. Bliss offers spa-like products so the busy person who does not have time to go to the spa can use one of its products to get the same spa feel. Facial cleansers are very important for the... 

Class of ‘10 celebrates four years of success

Michael Shather Staff Writer Senior students were drawn to the Hanawalt House on Monday with an invitation for a free In-N-Out meal. Seniors were invited to come out and share some experiences they have had at the University of La Verne before graduation. “The four years blew by so fast,” senior international business major Carlos Munoz said. “I have met so many people and have had so much fun.” “I’ve... 

Club provides support for African American women

Erin Foltz Staff Writer A new club on campus, Shades of Essence, is designed for female African American students at the University of La Verne. Dealing with issues such as color, hair, weight, and general problems facing college students, this weekly gathering provides those who attend with a comfortable, interactive environment to vent about school and other stresses, get feedback for problems, and... 
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